Monthly Archives: November 2011
How to participate in the ultimate marriage In college I knew a person who was a film major. His dream was to work directing Christian films. One of the things he took delight in was showing how movies could be … Continue reading
One of my teachers at Westminster, Dr. Bill Edgar, wrote a good article on a biblical perspective on the events at Penn State. I appreciated Dr. Edgar’s classes for the way that he used his rock-solid biblical understanding of God’s … Continue reading
I’ve heard a lot of positive things about the CCEF booklets out in the hall. I’m glad they are helping people. Two of the most popular booklets are “How can I stop losing it with my kids,” and “Help with … Continue reading
So, what does a church, if it is to be a mature church, look like? Now, I don’t mean mature in the sense that it is a church filled with people who have gray hair—or no hair. By mature, I … Continue reading
In the year 1963, Birmingham Alabama was one of the most segregated cities in America. Martin Luther King, along with the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, staged a non-violent protest in Birmingham with a goal to overturn the segregation in the … Continue reading
You can listen to this week’s sermon here.